Mac OS X 10.10 Syrah Release Date 2014, Features and Price

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Apple has started working on Mac OS X 10.10 Syrah, the successor of Mac OSX 10.9 Mavericks which is expected to incorporate a new design similar to that of iOS 7 and iCloud.

Apple has already allocated all the resources it had assigned to OS X 10.9 to ensure Mac OS X 10.10 comes out in the open next year with new rejuvenated features.

Apple has always been on a roll in producing new products able to shun competition from fierce rivals such as Microsoft, Samsung and Sony.

The next major release of OS X 10.10 will also presumably be named after a famous California location, as Apple moved away from its traditional cat names starting with Mavericks this year.

According to a report from 9to5Mac, Apple made the nightly builds of OS X 10.10 Syrah available for its employees in early September to get it installed for internal testing. The report said that Syrah is currently in the initial stage of development.
Mac OS X 10.10 Syrah Release Date 2014, Features and Price
We are told that OS X 10.10 has seen approximately 30 seeds so far in development. For comparison, the first OS X Mavericks Developer Preview was build 476, while the first OS X Mountain Lion and Lion Previews were build numbers in the 100s range and 400s range, respectively.

OS X 10.10 Release Date 2014

Mark Gurman an analyst at 9to5Mac has pointed out that the nightly builds of Syrah will become available to Apple employees for installation for early internal testing in September. This is a clear indication that the project is way of the mark and should be here with us in 2014. The builds of Syrah will be identical to Golden Master version of OS X Mavericks.

The release of OS X 10.10 2014 is a year away or more as Apple had a 12 month wait between OS X10.7 and OS X 10.8 and 15 month wait for the release of Mac OS X 10.9.

Year 2014 is going to see the launch of Apple iOS 8 to be used in iPhone 6, iPad 6, iPad Mini 2014 and new iPod Touch 6G. These two major softwares, iOS 8 and Mac OS X 10.10 Syrah release dates are expected to be somewhere in the last quarter of 2014.

Some recent Syrah OS X 10.10 rumors reports suggest that the new Mac OSX 10.10 will be here with us as early as the last week of October 2014. It is the month that new Haswell powered MacBook 2014 are expected to launch in the markets along with iPad 6th generation and iPad Mini 3rd generation.

Mac OS X 10.10 Syrah Features 2014

The new OS Mac OS X 10.9 has over 200 new features that include things like Finder tags and tabs; it leaves a lot to be desired on the kind of features that will define Mac OS 10.10. One thing for sure is that Mac OS 10.10 will have multiple-displays, tagging’s and a new version of safari to its name. Apple has only given a little glimpse of what the new OS will be all about.

The most awaited feature that many people would wish to see on the new OS is the ability to block phone numbers and Apple IDs in the Facetime and Message Apps. Syrah looks likely to roll into the market with FaceTime/Messages, contact blocking and iCloud Keychain syncing.

There are not enough OS X 10.10 Syrah news about the features of next OSX but one thing for sure is that Apple will keep up with the trend of sharing features between its iOS platforms and OS X platforms. For example, in addition to a number of under-the-hood performance improvements, Mavericks also brought over iBooks and Maps from iOS.

Apple OSX 10.10 will put much emphasizes on a user friendly interface design that resembles iOS 7 in terms of look and feel. How much and in what way iOS 7 gets reflected in OS X 10.10 will likely evolve and will be incredibly interesting to see on Apple WWDC 2014.

2014 OS X 10.10 Syrah Features and Price

OSX 10.10 Price and Upgrade

The only official confirmation about Mac OS X 10.10 and future releases is the price. The new OS will be available free of cost for upgrades through the Mac App store.

Apple in its recent quarterly earnings call confirmed that future Mac operating system will be free for upgrades through the mac App store. 24 hours after the release of MAC OS X 10.9, there was an immediate upsurge in upgrades climbing a high of 7% coming from machines upgrading to the new OS. This clearly shows signs of what is to be expected of future OS X upgrades especially for Mac OS X 10.10.
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